Nixon Wenger Barristers and Solicitors provides an annual award of $750 for a student who has completed the first year of full-time study in a university transfer or degree program at the Kalamalka Campus of Okanagan College and who will be returning the following September for the second year of full-time study in that program at that campus. The recipient must be a permanent resident of Vernon, Armstrong or Lumby. Selection of the award recipient will be based on a combination of acaemic achievement and financial need, with emphasis on financial need.
Preference will be given to applicants in the following order: Applicants from Campbell River, the Comox Valley, Nanaimo/Ladysmith, the Cowichan Valley, Vancouver Island North, Port Alberni, or Parksville/Qualicum. Other applicants entering the program.
1 award, $600; for academic achievement; available to full-time students (100% course load) continuing to fourth year of a Bachelor of Arts Program in Philosophy, Liberal Studies, English or History. No application necessary. Funds awarded as a tuition credit for the fall term.
1 award, $300; for academic achievement and leadership shown through contributions to the program and extra-curricular activities; available to first year Physical Education students returning for second year. Apply to Financial Aid & Awards office by April 30. Funds awarded as a tuition credit for...
Established in 1992 by the late Dorothy Snell, B.Com. 1940, to recognize academic achievement. Awarded by the Faculty of Management Scholarships Committee to a student who has completed at least one year of the B.Com. program. Value: $1,800.
Established in 1981 by Dr. Jacob Dolid in honour of the late Professor G. Stafford Whitby. Awarded, on recommendation of the Department of Chemistry, to the undergraduate student with the highest grade in the Introductory Polymer Chemistry course. Value: $350.
Established in 2006 by John McLernon, B.A. 1962. Awarded by the McGill Athletics Board Awards Committee to promote and facilitate the athletic achievements of student athletes who are entering any undergraduate degree program and qualify to be members of the McGill Intercollegiate Football team or...
To be awarded to a student graduating from a program in Labour Studies who, in the judgment of the Committee of Instruction for Labour Studies, has demonstrated outstanding achievement. Value: $50 for books
The award is made to a First Nations student from a B.C. coastal community and is open to students in the Faculties of Arts and Science.
A scholarship of $500 is offered to the highest ranking student in first year of the B.Sc. (Food, Nutrition & Health) program, majoring in Nutritional Sciences or Food & Nutritional Sciences joint major, and proceeding to the next year.
It is awarded to a British Columbia student with good standing at the University who is proceeding to the second, third or fourth year of the pre-veterinary program at the University. In making the award, consideration is given to the financial circumstances of eligible candidates.
Entrance scholarships totalling $5,500 are offered to undergraduate students entering first year law and are made on the recommendation of the Faculty.
A $2,500 scholarship is offered by Miller Thomson LLP to a student entering Law. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law.
A book prize, valued at $300 is awarded to a student entering the fourth year in the field of art history. The recipient is selected on the basis of academic distinction by a departmental committee appointed by the Head of Fine Arts.
One or more scholarships totalling $1,500 are made to promising pianists in the School of Music. Both piano majors and concentrators are eligible. The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Music and is open to both undergraduate and graduate students.
Scholarships totalling $8,100 have been endowed by John C. and Anne J. Clark for undergraduate students entering third or fourth year in the United States Studies Program. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Arts.
A $1,000 scholarship is offered by the Transportation Association of Canada Foundation to a student entering the first year of Engineering. The scholarship is intended to encourage students to consider a career in the transportation field. The award is made on the recommendation of the...
Preference given to candidate: -From Cactus Country, Newell, 40 Mile and Taber. -Leadership in 4-H -Participation in 4-H activities -Contribution to community -Academic performance -Financial need
Candidates must have fulfilled or expect to fulfil the minimum entrance requirements into third year of an undergraduate programme in the Faculty of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Selection is carried out by Scholarships & Awards Committee of the Faculty of Engineering on the...
Eligibility: -Students entering the first term of the MArch (Post-Prof.) or MEDS programme in the School of Architecture or the first term of a graduate programme in the School of Planning. Basis of Award: -Applicants will be expected to have demonstrated, in the quality of...
Criteria: -One award to a student entering third semester with the highest lab mark in first and second semesters -One award to a student who has completed fourth semester and is the best student applying theory in lab